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as columbine, 13 killed in a mass shooting, 2007, virginia tech, 32 killed. 2009, ft. hood, texas, 13 killed. 2012, colorado, 12 killed. can't we do anything to stop this? >> i don't know to tell you the truth what we can do. and this would immediately lead to the issue of gun control. the killer in norway was in a country that had very strict gun control laws and yet he was still able to acquire the necessary means to initiate and carry out a mass slaughter. i think we need to look at everything. everything should be looked at. but to think that somehow gun control is or increased gun control is the answer, in my view, that would have to be proved. >> you would be open to the discussion. i think part of what people are looking at are these magazines and these automatic weapons where you can shoot down 100 people, if i understand it, this suspect's gun jammed and he had to go to ones that didn't fire so rapidly. but he was able to buy and had on him 100 round cartridge. he was able to buy over three months four weapons, 6,000 ammo, cartridges, over the internet. if we had put that all togeth
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baltimore south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love this is for everyone back home it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. >>> i'm joined by obama campaign senior adviser robert gibbs. good to see you, robert. >> glad to be here. >> i want to run you through a series of economic figures and polls and then get your comment at the end. first of all, when you ask folks what are economic conditions like today. good, 27%. poor, 73%. when you say, how important is the economy to your vote, 92% say it is either very or extremely important to their vote. >> who are the other 8%? >> exactly. exactly. to their vote. and then finally, who would better handle the economy? romney 48% and obama 47%. if the economy is doing better, as the president argues, not as good as you want, but better, why are those numbers like that? >> well, look, i think we are coming out of the hardest economic time in our history. >> which we have been for four years. >> and typically coming out of the recession and the depth tha
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florida and from texas, but unlike a polite hurricane that gives you three days of warning, this storm gaves all of the impact of a hurricane without any of the warning off a hurricane, so we could not predeploy as the utilities often do the mutual aid crew from other states in advance of the wallop. >> governor, as you know maryland and the company, pepco, the company thats so many marylanders for being under fire from a late study in 2010 one of the worst in terms of comparatives to other big cities in power outages and in restore ing the power. how do you believe they are doing so far? >> well, it is very early in the event, but i do believe they are certainly recognize the problem they had, and our public service commission took them to task, fined them, and they are on a path to bring their, you know, preventive maintenance and the tree trimming and all of of that up to a par so that the lines are better prepared when the storms come through. so far, what is happening right now is that we are able to restore one-third of the people, and the next few days, candy, are going to be tr
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